Finding new good music is becoming more and more difficult. With music becoming more and more diverse and top 40 music pretty much in the crapper, finding the good stuff takes work.
The internet has made it manageable, but it's still not easy. Really, how exactly do you find a Swedish rock band that sounds like a cross between the Rolling Stones and Lynyrd Skynyrd with touches of Hanoi Rocks? By accident mostly.
Here in the Cheap Seats, we are kind of stuck in the '80's. We grew up on hair bands/glam metal/pop metal (whatever you want to call it). And we unashamedly still listen to it. We also grew up on classic rock and southern rock. Also had country influences due to locale and parental figures. We are now into Texas Country/red dirt country (again, whatever you want to call it) because it is the closest genre out there that incorporates classic/southern rock sensibilities into the music.
But if you put in the work and dig a little deeper, there are still bands (new bands) out there putting out good old-fashioned Southern rock, classic rock and pop metal.
If any of the above strikes a chord with you, check out Blackberry Smoke, Diamond Dogs and/or Halestorm.
If you hate all of the above genres but can't find anything you like, you're gonna have to do your own work. But don't despair, good music is still out there. Even if you can't find it on the radio.